The Netherland's main international airport Schiphol recently migrated its 2,000-plus workforce to a BYOD program using Good Technology's enterprise mobility platform.
The release of the iPhone 6 in September reversed the downward iOS activation trend Good Technology had seen in the enterprise, according to a new report from the enterprise mobility management firm.
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Security is the top concern for enterprises when it comes to mobility, according to the latest Mobility Index report prepared by enterprise mobility management firm Good Technology.
Server backup software--something of a commodity enterprise IT product--appears to be creeping in on the greener mobile device management market. For CIOs, this may mean bundled solutions are on the horizon or a crossover product, mobile device backup/data protection, could gain popularity as vendors attempt to cross sell these solutions to the enterprise, says Nikolay Yamakawa, a 451 Research analyst.
Enterprise mobile app activations grew at a healthy 54 percent sequentially in the fourth quarter, with document editing apps, custom apps and file access apps leading the way, according to the latest Mobility Index report from enterprise mobility management firm Good Technology.
Mobile enterprise application adoption is on the rise, jumping 42 percent between the second quarter and third quarter of 2013, according to Good Technology's latest Mobility Index Report.
Enterprise mobility giant Good Technology announced Oct. 7 a new platform it is calling the Shared Services Framework, hoping enhanced functionality through developer collaboration will help the mobile management company stand out in the increasingly crowded space.
Enterprise mobile is moving from a niche tool to a core business platform, observed Kevin Noonan, research director for public sector technology at Ovum.